SYnAbs, immunoaffinity chromatography

Immunoaffinity chromatography a.k.a. IAC is a type of chromatography in which the stationary phase is composed with an antibody. This technique represents a special sub category of affinity chromatography in which a biological agent is used for its strong and specific binding capacities to a target compound.


SYnAbs routinely used immunoaffinity columns for the purification of its mouse and rats off-the-shelf monoclonal antibodies and has decided to offer to its customers the possibility to bind SYnAbs mAbs or your custom mAbs to the resin of your choice.


You'd like to purify mouse monoclonal antibodies? Why not choose and pick up one of our LOU products?

You'd prefer to purify rat monoclonal antibodies? You should definitely choose our MARK tools!

You're working on toxins? Have you already taken a glance at our primary antibodies?

Column type Captured rat isotypes Affinity binding Linkage region Potential serum contamination Elution type
 Protein A None N.A. N.A. Yes Citric acid
Protein G IgG2a Average Fc
IgG1 Low



IgG1, IgG2a, IgG2b, IgG2c, IgM Good Variable region kappa light chain
SYnAbs MARK IgG1, IgG2a, IgG2b, IgG2c, IgM Great Kappa light chain

Not possible

Extreme specificity